Book cheap car hire in Canada and explore the 2nd largest country on earth at your own pace. From the busy cities of the south to the remote Northern Territories and the Yukon, Canada really is a wonderful place to visit. Check out our top 5 tourist attractions in Canada below for some travel tips.
Whether you’re here for the skiing, a short break, or a road trip, Canada is the perfect place for your next holiday. There’s so much to see and do you’ll struggle to pack a tenth of it in. Drive through the majestic Rockies, explore wild Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, take in the culture of Vancouver or Montreal, or visit Niagara Falls. If you’re driving across the country, why not book a one way rental. Be sure to stop off at the stunning Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta or catch a rodeo at the Calgary Stampede.
From the rugged coasts of Nova Scotia to the icy wilderness of the Yukon, Canada’s landscape will appeal to anyone.
Here for the skiing? Take your pick of some of the best resorts in the world such as Banff and Whistler in the Rockies, or head to Tremblant in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec for a fantastic winter experience.
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We operate at all the major airports in Canada as well as some smaller locations. If you want to explore the Rockies from Alberta, fly into Calgary Airport and drive west. Head up into the mountains and discover Banff National Park and Lake Louise. If you’re looking for world class skiing, try Fernie, Banff, or Sunshine. If you’re after a different experience, head east towards Saskatchewan on a road trip that will take in huge, sweeping plains, National Parks, and welcoming towns. Alternatively, land at Edmonton Airport to visit Canada’s energetic Festival City.
Flying to Vancouver Airport? British Colombia offers both culture and wilderness. Experience Vancouver’s fusion of western and Asian cuisine and arts and culture. Then head to Vancouver Island or the fabulous ski resorts of Whistler Blackcomb, Kimberley, Kicking Horse, and Sun Peaks.
No trip to Quebec would be complete without a stop-off in Montreal. You can spend the entire morning exploring the city’s older district. Filled with rows of wonderful 17th and 18th century buildings, then travel down to the Saint Lawrence River for a spot of river surfing. You’ll be surprised just how popular this pursuit is here. If you want a full Canadian experience, make sure you get ice hockey tickets to see the Canadiens at the Bell Centre. If you want to ski in eastern Canada, the resorts of Mont Tremblant and Mont Saint Anne are the places to head to.
If you want to explore Ontario, fly into Toronto Airport. From here you can choose to explore Toronto itself, head out to Ottawa, or aim for the lakes. If it’s the latter, take a good map as there are over 250,000 of them in Ontario! View Niagara Falls from the decks of the Maid of the Mist, visit the wonderful Parliament building in Ottawa, or take a scenic drive around the shores of Lake Superior.
For more tips on things to see in Canada, check out our top 10 Canadian highlights.
This is just a tiny taster of the many things to see and do in Canada. Have a read of our Canada travel guide as well as our Canada travel blogs for a more in-depth look at this wonderful country, as well as our handy guide to skiing in Canada. Also, make sure you find out more about driving in Canada in preparation for your trip.